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Tag: Goodfellow Corporation

From left: Bridger and Boone Bolinder represent the third generation of leadership at Bolinder Resources, which has two fixed locations in Utah. Contract crushing is a big part of the Bolinders’ business, as well, with a market focus in Utah and Nevada but a willingness to crush just about anywhere in the U.S. Photo: P&Q Staff

Bolinder Resources built for flexibility in West

January 15, 2021By

Utah’s Bolinder brothers offer a look inside their main operation, showcasing a crushing and screening plant while sharing their vision for the business’ future.

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Goodfellow Corporation COO Sy Harrison is pictured from his office in Lindon, Utah. Photo: P&Q Staff

P&Q Profile: Goodfellow Corporation’s Sy Harrison

October 30, 2020By

A conversation with the COO of Goodfellow Corporation, a family-owned dealer specializing in crusher sales, rentals and repairs.

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Says Stone Products’ Tom Kovesci: “With service, it’s how fast you can get the customer up and running when they break down.” Photo: Stone Products

What separates the top service providers from the pack?

July 2, 2020By

The aggregate industry’s equipment dealers discuss the qualities that differentiate the best service providers from others.

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Successfully mastering agg processing and rolling stock is fine art that not every dealer can achieve. Says General Equipment & Supplies’ Micah Tysver: “It takes time to evolve into handling the support of both sides of the business.” Photo: General Equipment & Supplies

What dealers seek in manufacturers when partnering

June 30, 2020By

Dealers discuss the characteristics they seek out when considering manufacturers as business partners.

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Local service is as critical as ever to aggregate producers considering the economic uncertainties brought on this year. Photo: Terex Washing Systems

Breaking down the industry’s capex activity

June 26, 2020By

Aggregate producers came into 2020 with big equipment purchasing plans, but the pandemic forced many down a new road when seeking solutions.

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